South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem Gets Triggered by Daily Wire Commentator Matt Walsh After Folding to Vaccine Mandates
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem became triggered by comments made by Daily Wire commentator Matt Walsh after she cravenly refused to prevent private businesses from implementing heinous and Orwellian vaccine mandates in her state.
Noem sounded like a liberal in a Twitter post, pulling the woman card, and calling Walsh a sexist because she was so triggered by his honest assessment of her abilities:
“I have no use for Kristi Noem. Kristi Noem is a very attractive woman, so she’s got that going for her. As far as I can tell, that’s the only reason why she was ever looked at as some kind of 2024 potential front-runner,” Walsh said in the comment that got Noem’s panties in a bunch.
“The hype and everything she’s gotten from conservative media is entirely based on the fact that she’s an extremely attractive woman, which she is, but, you know, you put 50 pounds on her and another 20 years, I don’t think she gets any of the hype,” he added.
Noem also posted this cringeworthy tweet aimed at Walsh’s boss, Ben Shapiro:
Noem’s extreme cowardice and deference to Big Business on vaccine mandates is not the first time that she has betrayed her people and refused to stand up for freedom.
Big League Politics has reported on how Noem refused to protect girls’ sports from the LGBT agenda because she cared more about appeasing the NCAA and globalist corporations than fighting back against the transgender menace:
“South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem has effectively bowed to the LGBT agenda, gutting legislation that would protect athletes from the ongoing transgender invasion of sports.
The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) issued a press release exposing Noem for surrendering to LGBT insanity in female athletics.
“Today, Gov. Noem proposed changes to House Bill 1217 that would eliminate protections for female college athletes outright and gut the ability for all women and girls to have recourse against unfair policies in women’s sports,” wrote ADF General Counsel Kristen Waggoner.
“Her misguided attempt to play politics and placate national corporate interests like Amazon is not what we would have expected from this governor. It’s surprising that Gov. Noem, who once stood up to special interests and corporate woke-ism, has now bowed to them,” she continued.
“Contrary to what she has been told, this bill doesn’t conflict with any national sports policy and is fully consistent with the intent of Title IX. Offering some protection for high-school-girl athletes only delays the injustice they will face once they get to college. We call on the governor to withdraw her recommended changes and sign the bill passed by the legislature,” Waggoner added.
Noem claimed in a letter to South Dakota lawmakers on Friday that she supports the spirit of the legislation but is issuing a “style-and-form veto” because of problematic aspects of the bill’s language.
She said that “House Bill 1217 takes is unrealistic in the context of collegiate athletics. In South Dakota, we are proud of our universities’ athletic programs, and in particular the great strides we have taken to gain national exposure and increase opportunities for our next generation over the past two decades,” implying that tackling the issue of transgenders in athletics would damage the state’s reputation.
“South Dakota has shown that our student athletes can compete with anyone in the country, but competing on the national stage means compliance with the national governing bodies that oversee collegiate athletics,” Noem said.
Noem’s colleagues in the Republican Party are calling out her proposed changes as well, noting that they would effectively render the reform meaningless.
“The recommended changes will substantially change the content of the bill. The legality was removed, which leaves the bill with a very weak authority. Removing the collegiate is simply saying that biology matters in high school, but not in college,” said Senator Maggie Sutton of Sioux Falls, who was the lead sponsor of the bill in the Senate.”
Walsh is 100 percent on point in his critique of Noem. She is another self-serving RINO in prettier-than-normal packaging. Noem has effectively nullified her national political ambitions with her weak stances.